Wise (composer)

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Musical Career[edit]

“Wise” known in the Latin music industry as “The Gold Pen”. His name is Gabriel Cruz and his career as a composer has become the "Hit maker" with the most hits in the music industry and Urban Tropical genre. Wise’s compositions are perceived as guaranteed success; statistics certify their subjects with a 96% chance of being placed in the first places of the radial positioning listing and most important Latin music sales. In recent years, of fifteen written songs, eleven reached the first place in the prestigious Billboard Magazine charts in 4 different categories: Hot Latin Song, Latin Rhythm Airplay, Latin Tropical Airplay and Latin Pop Airplay. These fifteen song also reached 27 positions among the top 10 of these charts. "The Gold Pen" as this quoted songwriter is known has created iconic and successful songs that add to the legacy of this young musical genius as the only composer in five subjects simultaneously placed in the top positions on Billboard. Wise began his success as a composer at 12 years of age when he first compose the song "Hasta El Sol De Hoy." Wise is the composer of songs like "El Doctorado" performed by Tony Dize, "Te Regalo Amores" performed by Rakim y Ken Y, "Down" performed by Rakim y Ken Y, "Por Esa Mujer" performed by Chayanne, "Como Duele "starring" Victor Manuelle "Carita Linda" performed by Olga Tañón, "Mujeres" performed by Fanny Lú, "Hoy Lo Siento" performed by Zion y Lennox and Tony Dize, "Todo Lo Que Sube, Baja" sung by Olga Tañón "Prometo Olvidarte" performed by Tony Dize, "Pierdo La Cabeza" performed by Zion y Lennox, "Ruleta Rusa" performed by Tony Dize among many successes have been able to catalog Wise as the only composer to write a hit in any genre without limitations and ensuring either Pop radio hit, Tropical or Urban.

Songs Credits[edit]

His lyrics have been in many songs including:

  • "Down" by Rakim & Ken-Y (1 nomination for Premio Lo Nuestro for Urban Song of the Year, 2 nominations for Latin Billboards for Hot Latin Song and Reggaeton Song of the Year)
  • Duele Sin Ti Victor Manuelle
  • “El Doctorado" Tony Dize (Single ranked number 1 around the world and also on the Tropical Charts on the Billboard’s Magazine)
  • “María Lola" Grupo Manía (Ranked 1st on the Tropical Chart of the Billboard’s Magazine)
  • “Ole Brazil” Elvis Crespo y Maluma (Ranked 1st on the Tropical Chart of the Billboard’s Magazine)

Don Omar, Zion, Hector El Father, Yomo, Wisin, Arcangel, Franco El Gorila, Luney Tunes

  • “Te Ame En Mis Sueños” R.K.M y Ken-y (Ranked 1st on the Tropical Chart of the Billboard’s Magazine)


His work appears in Daddy Yankee's album El Cartel: The Album and Jennifer Lopez's film Feel the Noise.


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